In the Devolutionist, space travelers experiment with Venusian methods of telepathic space travel. They leave our solar system to discover and explore the earthlike planet Capellette of the star Capella. In the Emancipatrix, they go to the planet Sanus of the star Arcturus. In both unique worlds, they become embroiled in the struggles and challenges of the inhabitants, and much more. This is Book Two of the Dr. Kinney adventures. The first book is the Lord of Death and the Queen of Life.... Topics: telepathy, interstellar travel, exploration, aliens, planetary adventure Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
In this 1921 novella, four friends travel telepathically from Earth to planets in other solar systems, where they encounter strange alien societies. The story stands alone, but is the third in a series of four about travel to other planets by various means. Homer Eon Flint, a promising young writer of science fiction, fantasy and mystery stories, died in 1924, apparently the victim of an early carjacking. Historical romance writer Vella Munn is his granddaughter. Topics: Audiobook - Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy
LibriVox recording of The Lord of Death and the Queen of Life by Homer Eon Flint. A doctor, an architect, an engineer, and a geologist step into a space car. In their new invention, they set off on an expediton to Mercury, planning to visit Venus on the return voyage. On Mercury they find a strange city eerily abandoned. Sculptures of giant figures alarm them. In a building they discover a machine. The engineer gets it running, and blaring out of the machine a thundering voice speaking... Topics: librivox, audiobook, fiction, adventure, science fiction, mercury, venus Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Fantastic Novels 'The Blind Spot', Volume 1, Number 1, July 1940. Published by The Frank Munsey Company; 280 Broadway, New York, New York. Written by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint. Dimensions are 7" width by 9 3/8" Height and 159grams, 146 pages. Copyright was issued in 1940, but no renewal was recorded, this work is Public Domain under Rule 6 of the Copyright Statutes of the United States. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. The front cover is incomplete, another copy was inserted; if... Topics: PN-000-001, Pulp novel, pulp, pulps, science fiction, sci fi, new york, novellla, novelette, novel,...